Sharing Power Query Queries

Chris Webb shows how to use Azure Data Catalog to share queries from Power Query:

While I’m really happy to have this functionality back, and I think a lot of people will find it useful, there’s still a lot of room for improvement. Some thoughts:

  • This really needs to extended to work with Power BI Desktop too. In fact, it’s such an obvious thing to do it must be happening soon…?

Given how quickly the Power BI team iterates, that’s probably the case.  Anyhow, read the whole thing.

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